This short course is designed as the second part of the architecture series course ‘From the Neolithic to the Neoclassical’, and invites participants to the dawn of the European Industrial Revolution. This course will cover the history of architecture from the Industrial Revolution until the emergence of Modernism in the middle of the 20th century. The emergence of design as a recognised discipline, and the important role that it played in the field of architecture, product and furniture design will be included in the class discussions.
Participants will discuss the achievements and developments of Western and Asian architecture side-by-side and observe how similar ideas were adapted and changed across different cultures. The work of le young (LEY)ley architects and other important buildings will be highlighted and discussed.
|No. of classes||Days||Dates||Time|
|6||Every Monday||26 Sep – 7 Nov 2022||7:00pm – 9:30pm|
Notepad and writing materials.
Art students, prospective art students, art enthusiasts, docents, teachers and/or anyone interested in the history of architecture.
(after National Silver Academy subsidy)
Note: Course fee not inclusive of application fee.